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Let's salute our Rookie of the Year award winners from this past season, starting with Jevin Guralski. Recently turned 15 years old, he more than held his own against some tough veterans in the Advance Auto Parts Pure Stocks, won a feature, five heat races, and finished a solid third in the points.
State Park Speedway
State Park Speedway
This year's Bandoleros champion, and Bandos champ three of the last four years. 14-year old Alex Hartwig came up from Portage and won four of the six feature races this season, and he's off to bigger cars in the future-in fact, he's already raced 602 outlaw late models.
State Park Speedway
State Park Speedway
Underappreciated driver who has done a lot of winning in his young career, Garret Strachota won his third SPS Rockstar Mini Stocks championship this past year. Strachota took it on a tiebreaker, after he and Eric Breitenfeldt finished in a tie for first in points after 12 nights of racing-828 points each. Here is Garret and his pit crew-dad Pat.
State Park Speedway
State Park Speedway
The three-time Auto Select Super Late Models champion, Justin Mondeik. Only Dick Trickle (1970-72, 1981-83) and Wayne Breitenfeldt (1994-2000) had won at least three late model championships in a row at State Park before Justin did last year. He can-and does-race a lot of different places, we're glad he races with us.
State Park Speedway
State Park Speedway
Second on our year in review, it was a pair of No. 31 Snap-on Tools cars regularly battling up front in the mini mods class, and
veteran Snappy Joe Kuehn got it done. He won his first-ever Snap-on Mini Mods championship, with two feature wins and top 5 finishes in all 10 feature races of the season.
State Park Speedway
State Park Speedway
It's time for the return of our annual offseason feature of the last couple years. We've done it the last couple years, and let's do it again, a picture-a-day look back at the drivers and cars who raced a weekly show at State Park Speedway this past year.

A total of 123 different drivers earned points in one of SPS's five regular divisions this year, and QCWilly Photography again got pictures of just about all of them, even those making just a brief appearance. We'll go through them by number again, from 000 to 901 and everything in between, but with some twists this year to change up the order a little.

We'll start off with our season champions, and first, No. 19 Mitch Stankowski. A team of dozens (hundreds?) helped him to his second straight championship in the Advance Auto Parts Pure Stocks, capping a year with five feature wins and a boatload of fast time efforts again.

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VIDEO: @RichBickleJr and @Carson_Kvapil battled hard late into the Larry Detjens Memorial Saturday night.

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